Tag Archives: OMERO

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Bioimage-Informatics Clinic

In 2018, effective immediately, we like to introduce the Bioimage-Informatic-Clinic.

This means that once a week our door is open for you to seek council for image and data analysis and general topics around microscopy data. Topics include: image restoration, deconvolution, volume reconstruction, image alignment (registration), 3D image processing, object segmentation, object tracking, object quantification, co-localisation analysis, batch processing, data visualisation, data analysis pipelines, data management and many more.

Every Tuesday afternoon from 13:00 – 17:00  you can bring your microscopy data (external HD or the server address) and your questions  to PER02 1.406.
Visitors will be attended to on a first come first served basis (no need to arrange a meeting). Come around, hang-out and let’s crunch some numbers.

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OMERO update

We updated our OMERO.server from 3.3.1 to 3.3.5

During the upgrade we optimized the server’s software dependencies for optimal performance.

In case your desktop clients do not connection to the server anymore, please update the OMERO.insight on you computer too. You find instruction and the download of the pre-configured clients on our web-site.

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There is also a new goodie: FPBioimage is a 3D viewer for the web. It is currently in beta, so some irregularities are expexted. Also you should make sure you have a fast internet connection.

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OMERO.figures

Maybe some of you already noticed, we got a little addition to our OMERO server. It is an additional web application (thus not available from the desktop client), that allows to produce figures from your images.  Bellow are some screenshots that give an idea how it looks like:

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OMERO.figure is tailored for microscopy images and has the functionality to quickly produce a pdf-figure and does not clutter the interface with anything unnecessary.

Happy publishing!